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Consulting to Secretarial

 
#1 Consulting to Secretarial
05/05/2008 23:08

Switcher

Having realised that secretarial work pays better than consulting, for half the hours (and paid overtime for anything beyond that), I am seriously considering switching careers.

Anyone have experience of the switch? I think I have gathered the skills necessary through four years in Big-4 firms, having gone through graduate Analyst to Consultant grades: project management, event organisation, multi-tasking, diary management, team-working, working with senior figures. Anything else I should be thinking about, or necessary skills I may need to be a successful secretary that I would not have gathered in consulting?

I imagine that my best chances for the move would be to work as a secretary or PA in a consulting, other professional services or financial services firm, given that secretarial pay there is best, and because I understand the business well. Is this an appropriate assumption?

Thanks.

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